Dünne Suppe: BND präsentiert „Plausibilitäten“ statt Beweise zu MH17

aheneghana:

” Dünne Suppe ” Einfach unausstehbar wie sich ein Nachrichtendienst darstellt. Eine Blamage.

Originally posted on PRAVDA TV - Live The Rebellion:

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Der Bundesnachrichtendienst (BND) tappt bei der Aufklärung des Abschusses von Flug MH17 im Dunklen: Dem parlamentarischen Kontrollgremium wurden keine handfesten Beweise, sondern nur „Plausibilitäten“ vorgelegt. Die Bundesregierung hat die geheimen Erkenntnisse offenbar gezielt jetzt geleakt: Die Steuerzahler sollen von den enormen Kosten abgelenkt werden, die im Zuge der Rettung der bankrotten Ukraine auf sie zukommen.

(Bild: Desinformation statt Aufklärung: BND-Chef Gerhard Schindler hat keine Beweise zum Abschuss von MH17 – und präsentiert im Geheimen Quellen ohne Namen)

Im Zuge der Aufklärung des immer noch völlig rätselhaften Abschusses von Flug MH17 über der Ostukraine spielen die Geheimdienste jene Rolle, die sie spielen müssen: Ihr Geschäft ist das der Desinformation. Geheimdienste spionieren um Auftrag der Regierungen. Ihr Geschäft besteht darin, Märchen und Legenden in die Welt zu setzen, um die politischen Ziele ihrer Regierungen zu unterstützen. Der BND-Chef unterliegt nicht der Wahrheitspflicht.

Daher sind Geheimdienst-Informationen grundsätzlich nicht glaubwürdig. Doch im Fall…

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How to pick a proper password [VIDEO]

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About : Nakedsecurity blog
If you are concerned about your blog ‘s security /or website, I recommend you to read their articles, considered some of the best in the industry.
We are following this blog for years, and their advice is invaluable.
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Originally posted on Naked Security:

Today is the start of NCSAM.

We pronounce it “en-see-sam”, and it’s short for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, when the USA and various other countries take the chance to vocalise for all of us that cybersecurity really matters.

And one of the things that really matters is this: making it hard for cybercrooks to figure out how to login to your online accounts.

? Did you know that for less than $20,000 you could build your very own password cracker that, under ideal conditions, could try out more than 100,000,000,000 passwords EVERY SECOND. That means you could churn through every possible 8-letter password in just 2 seconds, and every 9-letter password in under a minute!

So here is a short and straight-talking video that not only shows you how to pick a proper password, but also explains why you should bother.

? Can’t view the video on this page?…

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African history – History of the great African general Hannibaal, the African military genius of Carthage

About the great ( African ) general Haanibaal

(Translated from French to English)

Haanibal was one of the greatest generals in History.
So clever were his tactics, they are still taught today in military academies.

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African history – History of the African general Hannibaal, the African military genius of Carthage.

Ebola: Viren-Kriegsführung der westlichen Pharmaindustrie? (Video)

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#Ebola ein Komplott ? Wer wundert sich noch.

Originally posted on PRAVDA TV - Live The Rebellion:

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Während die Welt mehr oder minder zur Bekämpfung der Ebola-Epidemie in Westafrika mobilmacht, melden sich westafrikanische Intellektuelle zu Wort, die das Ganze für eine kriminelle Verschwörung halten. Eine Gruppe hat jetzt die Afrikanische Union und die UNO aufgefordert, eine internationale Untersuchungskommission über die Ursprünge des Ebolavirus sowie des Aids verursachenden HI-Virus einzurichten.

„Im Namen der Wissenschaft“ verlangt die Petition außerdem ein Sondertribunal, um „alle Verantwortlichen, Auftraggeber und Ausführer abzuurteilen“. Federführend sind der Mathematiker Pascal Kossivi Adjamagbo aus Togo, der an der Jussieu-Universität in Paris lehrt; der Chirurg und Hobby-Ägyptologe Guy Alovor aus Togo, der am Europäischen Krankenhaus in Paris arbeitet; und der Politologe Mutombo Kanyana aus der Demokratischen Republik Kongo, ehemaliger UN-Mitarbeiter und Gründer der „Afrikanischen Volksuniversität“ (UAP) in der Schweiz.

Sie sind davon überzeugt, dass die Ebola- und HI-Viren absichtlich in die Welt gesetzt wurden. Man müsse „die wissenschaftliche Frage des wahren Ursprungs des Virus und die zugrunde liegenden…

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We like wordpress for its effectiveness and user friendliness

WordPress blog ins and outs

 

WordPress is still my favorite blog platform. I have several blogs running on Joomla as well as one just started on Drupal.

On Joomla I must say I got quiet a shock to note the upgrading of your software is not for everyone. Different versions could not be upgraded at the time, however I must add I did not follow the upgrades for quiet some time.

When it came to upgrading joomla 1.5 to 3.0 it created havoc. As a result our old blog which attracted numerous daily visitors went down. Traffic generation from joomla is generally good.

It is our second attempt, and our last. We do not have the time to take care of every instance on how to service joomla.

Drupal is still new, though I must say it shows some potential. I met a few bloggers who swear by Drupal. We still must watch before going into Drupal full scale.

 

Good old wordpress

 

Almost an icon in blogging one might say. Millions use it, and not without reason. Matt would be glad to read, or not, however we feel wordpress is the right platform for everyone, the tech savvy – and those not.

For good reasons such as

  • Choice of Themes – en masse
  • Plugin availability
  • Ease of installation
  • User friendliness

That leaves us with security.

As of writing one of our sub blogs is down today. I noticed lots of strange IPS from Ukraine, UK, Turkey, China, attempting to log in into our blog. This has been going on for weeks now.

( We dare say our passwords are good, our logins are so odd, it would be a tough thing to get into our blog )

That leaves you with the possibility of an DDoS attack. I am afraid should this happen it would not be easy to fend it off.

Another feature I employed is server based. Our server uses Apache and has some simple security you ca apply too to stop intruders.

If I notice unusual traffic from a particular ip I block the IP from accessing our site.

 

Still figuring out

 

What makes these guys hack into other peoples website .. Ok the try to black mail individuals or celebrities, but an unknown person ? … Na I don’t get it somehow.

Did you know this blog originally ran on Microsoft spaces ? It was changed to wordpress after spaces closed down.

So some of our old posts may not link anymore. Frankly I did not have the time to check them out.

 

Security

 

WordPress has just announced that google became a target from hackers.. They published the passwords of some 5 Million gmail accounts… Take that.

First thing first. Change your password regularly, don’t wait. I had some hackers gone into my email from Italy, even made out the IP address. No harm done except some useless emails read.

I am more and more convinced there is no real security on the web. Once you know this, act accordingly. Be careful. Stay away from unsolicited mail.

Keep you machine clean. We found to keep it free from bugs it isn’t enough to install an antivirus program. we all knew that, right ?

Best Anti spy ware I found : Anti Malware. It’s free and it gets bugs others don’t get. For example Spybot. Spybot is huge, its file and registry base is a mammoth, yet it did not prevent bugs to be installed.

One source I trust and read :  NAKED SECURITY

 

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Observations from Tibet: Part 2 Chinese rule

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Dream of Shangrila: journey to Autonomous Region Gharze ( II )

Surely, Tibet was taken over by the Chinese government back in 1950, when most of us weren’t even alive. It was at the height of the cold war. Most of those who dare to comment on it are simply unqualified to do so, so we leave this to the ‘ experts ‘ on Tibet.
Tibetans worship the Dalai Lama, and nothing has so changed during the past 60 years. The Dalai Lama is now a sponsored Religious leader who fights for the rights of Tibet to become independent. I like his wisdom and generally respect his ideology.
Whilst the Chinese government follows a path of silencing dissent in Tibet, there are certain western organizations operating as N.G.O.s in Tibet – who have been granted licenses by the Chinese government.
Such organizations under the name of ‘..’.aid actively help exiled Tibetans to slip back into Tibet from their exiles to create dissent and fuel ethnic and other clashes.
The Chinese however crack down heavily on such troublemakers. Let us not forget what Western governments do if their government is being attacked. The Western democracy who calls the Norms of all Western governments at the first place cracks down with vehemence on dissent of their own citizens.
I have met Tibetans and lived with them in Tibet. They are some of the kindest people on earth, their state of mind influenced by their religious believe which basically believes in the good. Reincarnation basically means those who live a good life will return as good creatures to the world.
All homes I stayed in portray the image of the Dalai Lama, though it is forbidden by law to do so. Tibetan society has changed much over the years. I stayed with a family of educators, who teach in a local Tibetan school.
Their siblings earn a degree at the political university in Beijing, and they will return to Tibet to teach what they learned in their Chinese taught university.
And this is the norm, not the exception as I was able to see for myself, as all Tibetan students study in Chinese universities.
Do not assume for one moment – nor have the illusion – China will give up Tibet. they make all efforts to improve the living standards of Tibetan people, and this is not from hearsay.
Anyone who contradicts this statement has never been in Tibet. And I mean not a visit of 1 week, which simply would not be enough to judge.
I met Chinese security agents of Tibetan descend interacting in my hosts home. Free movement within non security areas is no issue and all can be taken for granted, as long as one does not engage in activities directed against the government. Which is what the western government who claims to be the highest authority on human rights practices itself.
Tibetan ethnic people are entrepreneurs who run businesses of all kind, they operate again under same conditions and in the same framework of their counterparts elsewhere in the world.
I never understand the cries for human rights, however ill motivated they are, in the western world. Surely, Tibet is a country with immense natural resources, the prime reason why western governments would like to get their hands on it.
With Chinese domination however this task is futile,to say the least. In one encounter I literally counted a column of 100 trucks carrying military personnel. This is it, the military presence in Tibet is so strong that no country can afford a venture to ” liberate ” Tibet, a term used by those with very questionable agendas.
And so it will be, like it or not : Tibet will prosper under Chinese rules, Tibetans may prefer to be governed by a Chinese government rather than a western dominated government who do not understand their real background and needs.
Whichever side you are on, let me say this from a fair point of view : No one can change this pattern or status quo.
You either live with it just like Millions of American natives do or …
My advice is to live with it. Most Tibetans do and they are good doing so. They do not need 3 cars, private planes, and yachts in Tibet. They have their houses, homes, apartments. And are happier with simple amenities, and enjoy life within their groups and family.

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The Chinese invaded Tibet in 1950 with the Dali Lama fleeing in 1959: I am not going to go into the rights and wrongs of China‘s involvement in Tibet other than to state the Chinese have had cultural and political links with the area for centuries. As the post implies these are observations from my recent trip.

On my first trip to China I was struck by the extent American companies had penetrated the domestic market. Mcdonalds, KFCPepsi, Coke and many other Western brand names were everywhere you looked. In subsequent trips, its seemed to me, that capitalism and the accumulation of money was the new mind-set of the Chinese people and its Government.

I have never felt the communist bogey-man looking over my shoulder at any time during my visits there; sure there were armed soldiers at the entrances to what appeared…

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